Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #parrot, 2012-12-14

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00:37 kid51 Does anyone know how to re-open a closed Github issue?
00:37 kid51 I have gone to: https://github.com/parrot/parrot/issues
00:37 kid51 ... clicked on the Reopen button ...
00:37 kid51 ... and put a checkmark in the box next to Issue #882.
00:37 kid51 But I don't see any button like "Save Changes" or "Submit".
00:38 kid51 My intention is to re-open the ticket and take it.
00:39 kid51 msg benabik Yes, 'file parrot' gives me virtually identical results.  That's useful for my purpose, albeit perhaps not portable to non-Unix.
00:39 aloha OK. I'll deliver the message.
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00:40 benabik kid51: On the ticket page, I see "Reopen" next to "Comment" under the comment box.
00:42 kid51 benabik: That's where I certainly would *expect* it to be.  But I don't have anything next to "Comment."
00:43 kid51 And, to anticipate the next question, yes, I am logged in. :-)
00:43 kid51 I wonder if this is happening because the commit was closed with a 'pull'.
00:44 kid51 The location bar is saying: "https://github.com/parrot/parrot/pull/882"
00:45 benabik It's because it's a pull request, which was closed by merging.  Can't reopen because the required action has been taken.  :-/  Conflation of pull request with issues is pesky.
00:45 kid51 If I go to a different Closed ticket -- one that was *not* closed by a merge/pull -- then I see "Reopen"
00:45 kid51 e.g.  https://github.com/parrot/parrot/issues/873
00:46 * kid51 never was in favor of moving to github for issue tracking, but ...
00:46 * kid51 is not going to re-fight that battle
00:46 kid51 Well, in any event, it's on my personal TODO list.
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04:18 Reini dukeleto: ok, when protoent is NULL we will return −1, okay?
04:19 Reini benabik: I know of @executable_path which works on all darwin versions. @rpath is a bit more flexible because it does not need to create a special installable libparrot and executables.
04:20 Reini you can have multiple -rpath's in every exe, so blib/lib and ../lib
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04:31 Reini So our GC walks into the wrong direction: https://github.com/parrot/parrot/issues/880
04:32 Reini It walks a work_list PMC from the parent thread interp
04:32 Reini It should walk down, not up.
04:33 Reini Who wrote the threads walker?
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